Rack Stacker Deer Attractant Products Now National

Rack Stacker Deer Attractant Products Goes National Across Canada

Deer hunters across Canada can now obtain their favourite Deer attractant products in 279 local Canadian Tire Stores or 91 Wal-Mart locations.

With the Fall season for Deer Hunters open in many location on October 1st stocking up on last minute Rack Stacker products like, Blaze, Glory and Fixation will be a lot easier.

With 11 million CTC flyers out this week check it out.

Rack Stacker Deer Attractant Products now in CTC and Wal-Mart Stores across Canada

I’m a long time user of Steve Elmy’s Rack Stacker brand of deer attractants for planting DIY food plots for early and late season hunting and feeding deer year round. Deer attractants like Blaze & Glory provide minerals year round. While Fixation is great for hunting those secret Hidey Holes to attract big bucks.

Check out the Rack Stacker Deer Attractant products for your next hunt

There is also lots of information on how to plant DIY food plots or use deer attractants


Over-Limit Of Walleye Cost Anglers $3100 in Fines

 MNR News Release – Windsor Anglers Fined

Two Windsor men have been fined a total of $3,100 for having 31 more walleye than their sport fishing licences allowed.

John Willner and Michael Paul Landry were each charged with one count of possessing more than the sport fishing licence quota of fish and one count of possessing fish that have been skinned so the species cannot be easily identified. The men pleaded guilty to both charges. They were each fined $1,550 and banned from angling in Ontario for two years.

The court heard that on June 16, 2012, Ministry of Natural Resources conservation officers and Peterborough County Ontario Provincial Police officers stopped several vehicles leaving Rice Lake. The people in the vehicles had been staying at local fishing lodges. Willner and Landry’s vehicle was found to contain a large cooler of fish that had been frozen in bags. At the time of the inspection, the men admitted to officers that they had caught and kept a large number of walleye.

Justice of the Peace Stephen Lancaster heard the case in the Ontario Court of Justice, Peterborough, on September 13, 2012.

The legal catch and possession limit for walleye in Fisheries Management Zone 17 for holders of a sport fishing licence is four, each measuring between 35 and 50 centimetres (13.8 and 19.7 inches) long. Any fish transported by anglers must be packaged so the fish can be easily counted and the species identified.

For further information on fishing regulations, please consult the 2012 Recreational Fishing Regulations Summary, available at ServiceOntario/Government Information Centres, from licence issuers and at ontario.ca/fishing.

To report a natural resources violation, call 1-877-TIPS-MNR (847-7667) toll-free any time or contact your local ministry office during regular business hours.  You can also call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

Essex Youth Pheasant Hunt

Introduce apprentice  25 hunters in a high quality pheasant hunt.

The Essex Youth Pheasant Hunt on September 29 th will be promoting hunting for 25 apprentice hunters and mentors during Youth Hunting Day September 29 2012.

During the day kids will learn hunter safety, ethics and social camaraderie with their mentors and volunteers and  enjoy a great time.

The day will consist of Orientation and Hunter Safety

Trap station will be set up for shooting

How to field dress a pheasant

LUNCH provided


Pre Registration for 25 apprentice hunters and mentors is required.

Please download and print the registration form below

Apprentice Form revised 2012-06-27

Essex Youth Pheasant Hunt

Date of Hunt: Location of Hunt:

Contact Person: Address:

Youth Involvement Hunting Day Registration Form – Apprentice

September 29, 2012 Time: 8:00 a.m. New Breed Farm – 2807 County Road 12, Essex, Ontario

Wayne Roy

47 Prospect Street

Telephone: EMAIL:

519-682-9381 Cell: 519-365-5972 [email protected]

Postal Code:


Gauge of Shotgun to be used:


N0P 2L0

Name of Apprentice: Address:


Home Telephone: Date of Birth:




Hunter Apprenticeship Certificate Number:



Date of Issuance of Apprenticeship Number:

Ontario Hunter Education Course Certificate Number:

Date of Issuance of Hunter Education Number:

How many years have you been participating in the Hunter Apprenticeship Safety Program?


2. MENTOR INFORMATION: Name of Mentor:



Home Telephone:


Date of Birth: /


Postal Code:

Work Telephone:


Fax Number:


Years of experience hunting upland game e.g. pheasants, grouse:


Note the following:

1. Applications will be accepted until September 22, 2012

Outdoors Card Number:





3. Remember to bring your hunter orange vest and head gear

4. Hunting dogs will be supplied

5. Return completed application to Wayne Roy at the address noted above or scan it and email to:

In signing the application, you give the Essex Youth Pheasant Hunt committee permission to check/confirm the information provided

[email protected]



Do acorns attract deer

 What acorns attract deer most; Red or White Acorns?


Nutritional values for acorns:

Facts from nutritional expert Wayne Woosley revealed after research, one ounce of dried acorn has on average 140 calories, of which 9 grams is fat, 15 grams is carbohydrate, and 2 grams is protein. Using some simple math, that means a whopping 50% (72 calories) of the caloric intake is from fat! Carbohydrates make up 43% of the caloric intake, which can also be converted and stored by a deer’s body as fat or immediately used as energy. Protein makes up just 6% of the caloric intake, but protein is not very important for adult deer at this time of year.

Deer love acorns

What do deer prefer more? Red or White Acorns

While scouting for deer  hunting locations always take note of Red or White Acorn Trees as they are a feeding magnet when they start to drop nuts in the fall. Marking these location in your GPS or on a topo  map will make for good reference each year.

How do you tell Red from White Acorns?

Red Oak Tree  usually have pointed leaves while White Oak Trees have rounded edges on the leaves.

Better yet put out a Spypoint Live 3G trail camera to scout when your not there. When the nuts start dropping the deer will be feeding. Receiving a photo direct to your pc or cell will let you know its time to be hunting that location.

Product Review of Spypoint’s Tiny W 2 Trail Camera

 Spypoint’s  newest cutting edge for today’s hunters, get the shot and make the shot.

The TINY-W2 surveillance camera has quite unique features. Its wireless backup system allows the user to retrieve a remote copy of each photo taken by the camera. Based on the compact design of the TINY series camera, it has a 2.4″ viewing screen and three motion sensors. Its many features makes the TINY-W2 one of the most complete cameras among Spypoint products.


Spypoint Tiny W2 Specs:

  • 8.0 Megapixel picture quality
  • High, medium or low wireless photo transmission
  • 250 ft wireless range to the receiver (5x improved)
  • Built-in 2,4″ viewing screen
  • 3 sensors for a total of 7 zone detection range
  • Tiny size (4,7″ x 3,5″ x 2,7″)
  • Sliding mount for easier handling
  • 38 infrared LEDs for night time illumination
  • Automatic infrared level adjustment
  • Video recording from 10 to 90 sec. (640×480)
  • Color pictures by day, black and white by night
  • Adjustable period of operation
  • Time-Lapse mode
  • Multi-shot mode up to 6 pictures per detection
  • Instant trigger time in electricity mode1
  • Date, time, moon phase and temperature stamp on pictures
  • Camera requires an SD/SDHC card up to 32 GB,
    the receiver requires 8 GB (not included)
  • USB and TV port (NTSC/PAL)
  • Adjustable distance detection sensor (5 to 50 ft)
  • Camera requires 6 alkaline AA batteries (not included)
  • Camera can be powered by a rechargeable lithium battery pack
    (not included) and maintain it’s charge by a solar panel
  • 12 volt or Solar panel / External trigger jacks
  • Receiver requires 6 alkaline AA batteries (not included)
  • User friendly menu
  • Kit includes: TINY-W2 camera, blackbox (receiver),
    installation strap, USB and video cables, user manual.

Get more deer photos this season, leave no scent or make any noise that may spook deer.

Maximum safety with the Blackbox

The distance of transmission between the TINY-W2 camera and the Blackbox receiver now extends to a wireless range of 250 feet. It is therefore possible to retrieve your photos while staying away from the monitored area. If stolen, this system of wireless backup can be very effective.

Global Television Cancels Hunting Shows from it’s 2013 line-up

Has Canadian Global Television become an Anti Hunter?

Media Release – Global Television Cancels Hunting Shows from it’s 2013 line-up

It is with great sadness that Beasley Brothers announce the very unfortunate decision by Global Television/Shaw Media to cancel all hunting shows on Global and the Shaw affiliate networks.
Canada in the Rough™ has been airing for 8 years on Global Television and we’ve had a tremendous experience doing it. We want to thank all of you for your support throughout the years and as much as we hate to say goodbye, we have no choice. Canada in the Rough™, Canada’s most-watched hunting show, will be pulled off Global Television after December 30, 2012.

Our hunting heritage is under constant attack by those who have forgotten that hunting is at the root of human existence and still the most valuable and effective tool in wildlife management.

If you wish to share your thoughts with Global regarding this decision, please email [email protected] as well as [email protected] and [email protected] or call 1-877-307-1999.

Please remember to enjoy the greatness of Canada and be proud of your hunting heritage and thanks for your support


Keith Beasley, Paul Beasley & Kevin Beasley
Executive Producers


An update :

There is an online petition that you can sign to show your support of Global reversing this decision at CLICK HERE to view online petition

The anti-hunting group that started this fight has created a counter-petition and in that petition they state: “It is our fervent hope that this will start a proactive trend in broadcasting communities globally!”

There is your proof and make no mistake about it. This is not just a battle affecting Canadians and this is not just a decision made by the executives at SHAW. Our hunting heritage is under attack by those who don’t understand it and lack the desire to educate themselves. If we lose our right to broadcast hunting on national television, the anti-groups will get stronger and will not stop there. They will go after hunting across the world and will not stop until they’ve taken all of our privileges away. It’s time to stand up and be counted. Complacency will not save our hunting heritage.

If you wish to share your thoughts with Global regarding this decision, please email [email protected] as well as [email protected] and [email protected] or call 1-877-307-1999.

Hunting with Canadian Reload Radio Podcast

Founder and Co-Host of Canadian Reload Radio Andrew Craig talks about the importance of hunting in Canada and what positive habits you can use to make you a better hunter.


For additional information about  CRR – http//www.canadianreloadradio.ca
Episode Resources

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